Mumbai

Namaste, Kasab tells judge, with a smile

SATISH NANDGAONKAR Telegraph 24.03.2009
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Mohammed Ajmal Kasab kept smiling during his first court hearing opened to the public eye.

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Security agencies perceive an increased threat to “certain political leaders” from terrorists in the run-up to elections, top sources said today. They did not say which leaders could be targets.


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With bomb-proofing of the jail barrack that will serve as a courtroom for the 26/11 case far from over, there's little chance that the trial of Ajmal Amir Kasab will begin as scheduled from Monday, March 23.

Centre's nod needed for disposing of 26/11 terrorists'

S Ahmed Ali Times of India 16.03.2009
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Mumbai Police will have to wait for the nod from Union home ministry before applying to the special court for permission to dispose of the bodies of the nine terrorists killed in the 26/11 attacks. This would mean it could take about a month befo...


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India will soon pass on DNA samples of the lone surviving Mumbai attacker and his nine dead accomplices to Interpol with the home ministry on Monday finalising the modalities for it. The ministry also decided to pass on all relevant details to Pa...

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Buoyed by the successful testing of its fledgling ballistic missile defence, India is pushing ahead with an ambitious version of the star wars project capable of shooting down incoming ICBMs in the 5,000 km range.


Indo-Tibetan force to guard Kasab

Sanjeev Shivadekar Times of India 04.03.2009
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Soon commandos from the Indo-Tibetian Border Police (ITBP) will be deployed at Arthur Road jail to guard Ajmal Amir Kasab, the only terrorist caught alive after the Mumbai carnage.

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A visiting Pakistani peace delegation has called for a coordinated action by India and Pakistan to beat terrorism.


26/11 judge gets special security cover

Kartikeya Times of India 03.03.2009
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Unwilling to take any chances with the 26/11 terror attacks case trial, the Mumbai police have beefed up the security cover for special judge M L Tahiliyani who will be hearing the matter.

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Union External Affairs Minister Pranab Mukherjee has said Pakistan’s non-implementation of commitments given to India not to permit territory under its control to support terrorism has put composite dialogue process over the past four years under ...


26/11 chargesheet to be filed today

Mateen Hafeez & S Ahmed Ali Times of India  25.02.2009
26/11 chargesheet to be filed today

The 26/11 terror attack chargesheet will be filed on Wednesday. However, there is no mention of the Pakistan army's alleged role in it, said sources.

Details of Pak's response to India's 26/11 dossier

Details are now emerging of Pakistan's 30 demands or questions to India, listed in their response to the 26/11 dossier. The response was handed over to India on February 12.


Curious Abu Salem has a glimpse of Ajmal in cell

Daily News & Analysis  21.02.2009
Curious Abu Salem has a glimpse of Ajmal in cell

Gangster Abu Salem on Thursday insisted on seeing Mohammed Ajmal Amir alias Kasab, who was shifted to Arthur Road on Wednesday.

Terrorism sets sail in sea of poppies

Poornima Swaminathan & Divyesh Singh Daily News & Analysis  20.02.2009
Terrorism sets sail in sea of poppies

The 2611 terror attacks have brought into focus the role of international drug syndicates in funding terror campaigns in India, particularly in Mumbai. Security experts believe that the shadow of narco-terror lurks over Mumbai more than anywhere e...


Just pressure on Pak is enough: Pranab

Economic Times  19.02.2009
Just pressure on Pak is enough: Pranab

The Manmohan Singh government on Wednesday asserted that it will continue to pile up pressure on Pakistan until the perpetrators of the Mumbai terror attacks were brought to justice and until the terror infrastructure operating from across the bor...

India is 'prepared' after Mumbai

Chris Morris India BBC News  19.02.2009
India is 'prepared' after Mumbai

India is "better prepared" against terrorist attacks such as the ones on Mumbai nearly three months ago, the Indian home affairs minister has said.


Indian Mujahideen wanted bases in Maharashtra

Rahi Gaikwad Hindu  18.02.2009
Indian Mujahideen wanted bases in Maharashtra

The terror outfit Indian Mujahideen (IM), with its network spanning the length and breadth of the country and abroad, wanted to set up its bases in Maharashtra, according to a charge sheet filed on Tuesday.

'Indian hand' in 26/11 causes furore

S Ahmed Ali The Times of India 13.02.2009
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On a day when Pakistan admitted the role of its nationals in the 26/11 terror attacks, the Mumbai police which is investigating the case created major confusion by initially saying that 16 persons, including a few Indians, had provided logistics ...


Pakistan seeks more information on 26/11

Nirupama Subramanian The Hindu 10.02.2009
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Pakistan will register a case on the Mumbai attacks to bring the perpetrators to justice under its own laws but says it needs more information from India to complete its investigations, or will find it “exceedingly difficult” to proceed.

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November's attack on Mumbai must have had support from some official agencies in Pakistan, Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh has said.



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